East Asian Resources
- Asia documents (UCLA)
- Asian History Sourcebook
- Asian Studies WWW Virtual Library
- AsiaSource (Asia Society)
- CDC Health Information for Travelers
- Chinese History Research Site (UC San Diego)
- CIA World Factbook
- East and Southeast Asia: An Annotated Dictionary of Internet Resources
- East Asia On Line (USC)
- East Asia Libraries Cooperative
- Educational Resources on East Asia (UCLA)
- Historical architecture of Asia
- Internet Resources on Korea (U. of Hawaii)
- Japan, My Japan (U. of Nagoya)
- National Library of China
- South China Sea Virtual Library (China)
- Visual Sourcebook for Chinese Civilization
- Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC)
- Chinese Embassy
- China State Statistical Bureau
- Japanese Embassy
- Japan Statistics Bureau
- South Korean Embassy
- Korean Statistics Office
- Taiwan Government Information Office
- Taiwan Statistics
- US Embassy – Beijing
- US Embassy – Seoul
- US Embassy – Tokyo
- US State Department Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs
- Art History Resources on the Web
- Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
- Chinese Literature Classics
- Classical Chinese Literature
- Daoist Studies
- Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery: The National Museum of Asian Art for the United States
- Japanese Literature Resources (Creighton U.)
- Kyoto National Museum
- Japanese Text Initiative (U. of Virginia)
- National Institute of Japanese Literature
- Korean Literature
- National Museum of Korea
- National Palace Museum (Taiwan)
Policy on the Translation of Official Legal Documents
You can easily find certified translation services by searching online. For most East Asian languages, the closest certified translators are located in Indianapolis Indiana. Indiana University international students needing a translation of their official documents can contact the Office of International Services.
The East Asian Studies Center has compiled a list of some translation and interpretation services for Chinese, Japanese and Korean that are available in the area.
Policy on Informal translations and interpretation
**If you have questions or concerns about these translation and interpretation policies, you please contact Professor Ethan Michelson, EALC Department Chair.
You may also contact Indiana University Bloomington’s Asian Culture Center, where they maintain a conversation partners program which can be helpful for learners of East Asian Languages to practice their Asian Language Skills in an informal setting. However, this is not an actual tutoring service.
Resources for Prospective Students
Looking for more information on our graduate programs?
These flyers offer information on our seven MA or PhD programs, including the MA in East Asian Studies, the MA in Japanese or Chinese Language Pedagogy, and the MA and PhD in Chinese or Japanese, as well as our dual-degree programs with the Kelley School of Business and the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs.
Please feel free to download and distribute them!